The Witcher 3: CD Projekt RED unveils official ‘Yennefer Kunoichi’ action figure

The Witcher 3: CD Projekt RED unveils official ‘Yennefer Kunoichi’ action figure

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The Witcher 3: CD Projekt RED unveils official ‘Yennefer Kunoichi’ action figure

The reimagined witch.

There Yennefer of Vengerberg of The Witcher 3 has been reimagined as a kunoichi in the brand new figurine of CD Projekt RED. You can pre-order it at the studio shop for 320 euros (plus about 26 euros for shipping costs) and it will be available in December.

The figure is approximately 43 cm, made of polystone and hand painted. It is called Yennefer la Kunoichi. In this interpretation, it is atop a feudal Japanese-style roof with a banner with the symbol of the Witcher and a white and orange cat.

Few can master the dark arts of ninjutsu“, the description reads.”Even just to get close, you have to maintain almost unattainable levels of fortitude, skill and inner strength. Here, with this hand-painted figure, we envision Yennefer as a mighty kunoichi of ancient Japan, finely tuned to the demands of a life shrouded in such deadly darkness.“Below you can take a look at the video and pictures showing the details of this beautiful statuette.

The Witcher 3: CD Projekt RED unveils official ‘Yennefer Kunoichi’ action figure

The Witcher 3: CD Projekt RED unveils official ‘Yennefer Kunoichi’ action figure

The Witcher 3: CD Projekt RED unveils official ‘Yennefer Kunoichi’ action figure

Yennefer also wields a ninjatō blade with tekkō-kagi claws. As mentioned, you can already pre-order your action figure.

Source: Twinfinite

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